Friday, August 16th 2019

SilentiumPC Presents SPC Gear SM900 Mic for Streamer and Twitcher

The gaming division of SilentiumPC, branded as SPC Gear, proudly presents the SM900 streaming microphone kit as the newest addition to the gaming portfolio. SPC Gear has tailored a prefect kit for Games, who are seeking an affordable full-fledged recording setup. The SM900 package consists of the high-end cardioid USB microphone, an adjustable arm, shock mount as well as a pop filter. Be it for streaming of your favorite games on Twitch or YouTube or recording of podcasts and voiceover, the SM900 USB streaming microphone kit is the perfect starter-kit.

Flawless Recordings Quality
The recording quality is one of the major functions of a great microphone. The SM900 uses a cardioid collection pattern, which is praised by almost everybody who works with their own voice, be it a streamer, vlogger or a musician. The advantage here is, that any unwanted feedback and background noises are effectively eliminated, while maintaining the fullest depth of voice possible. In addition to that, the SM900 is able to offer a wide frequency range from 18 to 21.000 Hz while the sound pressure level is rated with 135 dB.
Complete Set with Premium Design
The SPC Gear division designed the SM900 to meet the taste of the majority of users. Its overall appearance is kept very elegantly in black color while design elements are highlighted in red and white color.

In contrast to most other on-market solutions, SPC Gear delivers not just the bare microphone, but bundles it with everything a premium setup would require. The box contains an adjustable arm, which can be mounted safely to a desk. The SM900 microphone is then installed into a matching shock mount, to assure no vibration or unwanted sound is transferred to the microphone.
To further improve the sound quality, the supplied pop filter can be attached to the arm and then placed in front of the microphone, to reduce the low frequencies reaching the microphone.

The SM900 is connected via the 2,9 m long USB cable to the PC or Notebook, offering enough freedom on one hand and easy plug-and-play operation on the other. Thanks to this combination, users can simply plug in the microphone and are set for recordings or streaming sessions.

SPC Gear SM900 streaming USB microphone is available as of today.
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8 Comments on SilentiumPC Presents SPC Gear SM900 Mic for Streamer and Twitcher

#2
Ferrum Master
It is really not that suitable for game stream. Cardoid design.

You have to put it close to your mouth... or increase gain.... thus noise.

It for podcasting, adding voiceover for videos. But real time? As they say... games? Naah. See through pop filter and game... it will pick up any noise.

The lamp stand clamp seems to be made from plastic.

I prefer shotguns for in game mics. I hate gaming on headphones thus made a compromise. Directed to my head it does not pick up so much keyboard and mouse clicking. Also ambient sound.
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#3
genralramius
Is it not one and the same to say someone is a streamer or twitcher?
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#4
lZKoce
Looks good to me, I didn't see the price though. I have similar, almost identical arm for my MIC. Bought it off Amazon, something cheap it was. It does the job just fine for beginners/ home users. I am sure this one will also cover the basics, no problem what-so-ever. Judging by the product gamma of SilentiumPC, I will get something from them early or late.
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Dammeron
Ferrum Master, post: 4099255, member: 90058"
It is really not that suitable for game stream. Cardoid design.

You have to put it close to your mouth... or increase gain.... thus noise.

It for podcasting, adding voiceover for videos. But real time? As they say... games? Naah. See through pop filter and game... it will pick up any noise.
How would You then explain, that so many gameplay content creators use those (eg. Audio Technica AT-2035)?

As for that SPC mic - I wonder about it's quality and if it has a low frequency filter.
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#6
ironwolf
Um, did I miss seeing a price? :confused:
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Ferrum Master
Dammeron, post: 4099321, member: 150201"
How would You then explain, that so many gameplay content creators use those (eg. Audio Technica AT-2035)?

As for that SPC mic - I wonder about it's quality and if it has a low frequency filter.
Your one lacks pattern switch the Yeti's have.... at least something.

And you suppose those gameplay video speech audio is top notch? Software filtering is used for most, so in reality you don't need to spend that much on it, it more about the epeen look. Most don't care for the clicking mech keyboards, mouse or chair sounds. It culture is horrible. For Vloggers, I agree... it is totally fine. Game? Nope...

The product is not aimed at it really. It is more like novelty item on your PC desk.
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Chloe Price
genralramius, post: 4099260, member: 187837"
Is it not one and the same to say someone is a streamer or twitcher?
I'd say that a Twitcher is a streamer :D
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